The business of free tadpoles

At some point one has to grab the bull by the horns, tackle the issue head-on and tell one's teen they won’t go to hell because they throttle the lower abdominal turtle from time to time

21 April 2024 - 00:00

A few weeks ago, I had a conversation with my son during which I told him that SA was politically closer to the Bible Belt in the US than the liberal New York and Los Angeles he consumes on Netflix. (He’s 19, which means he can identify with references about Texas, Mississippi and Alabama far more than Upington or Brakpan)...

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